USDA Foods Fact Sheets Database Update
Effective July 1, 2014, USDA Foods household fact sheets, the recipes included on the fact sheets, and the recipes in the cookbook developed for FDPIR entitled “A Harvest of Recipes with USDA Foods’ will be a part of a new database at a new USDA website entitled, “What’s Cooking? USDA Mixing Bowl”. Please note that FDD fact sheets developed for foods distributed to schools are not a part of this project. Learn how to access the foods fact sheets here
EDUCATE YOUR COMMUNITY ABOUT NUTRITION
Download your FREE nutrition education programs through Penn State’s Nutrition Education Engineering & Designs neFrames
webpage. These colorful, simple nutrition education programs have been carefully designed to help generate interest, inspire reflection and teach nutrition concepts in community settings.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE VEGETABLES AND FRUITS YOU'RE EATING
Visit Fruits & Veggies - More Matters®
for information on the fruits and veggies you are serving. Fruits & Veggies - More Matters®
offers expert advice, nutrition and storage information, shopping tips, healthy menus and recipes, kid-friendly recipes and healthy tips, as well as ways to save money using fruits and veggies.
WANT TO HELP END CHILDHOOD HUNGER THIS SUMMER?
Summertime shouldn't be a hungry time for our children. The USDA Summer Food Service Program provides free nutritious meals to low‐income children when the school doors close. Learn more
about how you can get involved by becoming a sponsor, a feeding site, or a volunteer.